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Empark Prime Hotel Beijing

No.2 Wangfujing Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing 100006 China
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The history of the building can be traced back to the 1950s. It was proposed by the famous patriotic overseas Chinese Mr. Tan Kah Kee and was one of the "top ten buildings in Beijing". The brand new Empark Prime Hotel Beijing represents the ultimate lifestyle integrating Chinese aesthetics with modern style and elegance. Empark Prime Hotel Beijing is designed by award-winning, internationally renowned Cheng Chung Design (HK) Co., Ltd (CCD), it is designed to fuse traditional local culture and creative modern living, the hotel's overall concept is inspired of the Eight Scenes in Ancient Yanjing. Our Location Empark Prime Hotel Beijing is a luxury, heritages hotel, conveniently nestled in the very heart of China capital, Wangfujing area, where defined vibrant heartland of Beijing and close to some of the city's most iconic attractions, including the National Art Museum of China, The Forbidden City and the cosmopolitan Wangfujing Street shopping precinct. Emaprk Prime Hotel Beijing is perfectly positioned in the heart of the city for the convenience of leisure and business guest. Our Rooms Our hotel boasts 399 stylish guest rooms and suites, each room is thoughtfully designed, blending historic charm with contemporary designer furnishing and fittings with the modern travelers in mind. With several different room types, from our Deluxe Rooms to our Presidential Suite, you have more options to tailor your stay to suit you. Our Dining With five distinctive dining concepts, Empark Prime Hotel Beijing is set to become the city's new dining haven and gathering hub. The Harvest - Southeast Asian Restaurant draws inspiration from seasonal ingredients and time-honored recipes, while the Chinese Restaurant Yu Xiang Yuan serves authentic Beijing and Shandong cuisine with a modern twist. Modelled on "City Parlor", the Mansion Lobby Lounge features afternoon tea in quintessential tea culture. The Bar-Lù the Chic & Chill is one of the trendiest bars in Beijing, offering the premium spirits and artisanal cocktails. Apart from that, the Well-known three-Michelin-star restaurant in Hong Kong, Forum Restaurant open their first branch in Beijing serves authentic Cantonese cuisine.
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Property amenities
Paid public parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Airport transportation
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Wifi
Indoor pool
Heated pool
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Taxi service
Meeting rooms
24-hour security
Concierge
Executive lounge access
Newspaper
Non-smoking hotel
ATM on site
Doorperson
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24-hour front desk
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Ironing service
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Blackout curtains
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Air conditioning
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Interconnected rooms available
Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
Bidet
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Safe
Telephone
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Bottled water
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Private bathrooms
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Minibar
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5.0 of 5 stars
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City View
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Languages Spoken
English, Chinese
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TravellerKateMoscow wrote a review Aug 2023
Moscow, Russia8 contributions3 helpful votes
It was our first time in Beijjng. We would like to extend our warmest thanks to concierge Hank. He speaks great English (sadly a rare thing in Beijing) and helped us many times with bookings, taxis and other logistical queries. It is super important for non-Chinese speaking foreigners to have such support. We are grateful to Hank and sincerely wish a 5-star hotel would have more English speaking staff. Young employees in the bar, at the restaurant and even at reception often could not say a word in English… Otherwise, it’s a great hotel: great location, nice rooms, good breakfast. Another minor issue: wifi never worked.
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Date of stay: August 2023
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kw&rk wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom15 contributions34 helpful votes
We had a view of the forbidden city from our room, the room was much bigger than what we expected too. It was generally a good experience for the price we paid. The hotel was in a very good location, clean, and had okay-ish staff. The breakfast was not great.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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linda-travel35 wrote a review Feb 2020
stockholm20 contributions20 helpful votes
Good service , we arrived earlier and they helped oss to check in without waiting . Got a room in high floor with beautiful sunrise , wow ! We tried both breakfast and dinner buffet , excellent . We even hade an set menu dinner on the Chinese restaurant on second floor , tasty also . One of the hotel we definitely like to come back to
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Niamh wrote a review Jan 2020
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Room had a great view of the city. Wide selection of food to choose from for breakfast. We could hold our luggage there as we were too early for check in which was great. Staff are helpful and could speak enough English. Lobby is beautiful. Highly recommend.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Room Tip: Good views
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dario b wrote a review Jan 2020
Castelfranco Veneto, Italy41 contributions64 helpful votes
The room was very comfortable , clean and wide. No rumors from outside. But the very top was the staff everytime extremely kind and helpful. Many of them speak in English in a suficient way. Excellent position . I strongly suggest it.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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taschenfan wrote a review Dec 2019
Melbourne, Australia123 contributions96 helpful votes
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I am currently here on a 6 night stay on the Lounge Floor (Royal Regency room). The issues started on the first night - the lounge is open between 6 and 10 for food and drink and I went at 7 pm for dinner. Every plate of food was empty (see picture). There were about 9 or 10 tables, 4 of which had empty plates which had not been cleared. I asked the waitress if one was free and she said yes but made no attempt to clear it or replaces the cutlery or napkins. I had to ask for her to do everything several times. I asked if there was any more food and she said it was coming. I asked for drink but they only had a bottle each of red and white wine, some water and two juice jugs which were also empty. I asked for beer or soda water, coke to be told what I saw was all they had. The replacement food came about 20 mins later - about 3 of the dishes were replaced, the rest remained empty as did the trays of cakes etc. There were other plates of curled up sandwiches that had (unsurprisingly) gone untouched. The waitress continued to ignore me, not clearing my plate and spent her whole time preparing soup/noodle dishes for two tables of Chinese guests, one of whom had not even arrived at the table yet (they came later as their food was served). I left and returned later at 9 pm. There was now an older lady behind the bar and the younger one was on her computer. The wine was all gone and the older lady spent the whole time talking loudly on her mobile phone. It was not relaxing so I left. At 4:30 am I was woken by a phone call - i thought it was my room bout it was next door (1005). Then someone from the hotel came to their room and they had a loud conversation in the corridor. I got up to go and complain but by the time I dressed they had gone. Then the same thing happened again 15 mins later. This time I went out and told them to be quiet as people were trying to sleep. Seriously, what was so urgent it could not wait until morning? Tell your staff to at least have some consideration for their other guests. I was exhausted this morning but dragged myself to breakfast which was pretty awful. Many things empty and not replaced, the few thing I tried were all cold, even the tea and coffee was lukewarm at best. I decided to come to the room to make a hot tea instead. On the way I spoke to an assistant manager about my concerns. Unfortunately Marlin was barely able to understand English and I had to explain each thing 3 or 4 times. He could give no response. This place also charges for toiletries and slippers. I have just come from a similar hotel (same price, same facilities) in Shanghai, also on their lounge floor and the difference could not be greater. I am typing this at 10 am and now they just started drilling on the floor. Brilliant. In short, if you have a choice do not stay here. Certainly do not pay the extra for a lounge floor room - spend your money on a decent breakfast and dinner elsewhere.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Bernice Sim wrote a review Dec 2019
Singapore61 contributions76 helpful votes
We stayed for three nights from 10th to 13th December, and from the airport we took the train to the hotel. Alighted at Wangfujing train station and it was about a 20 to 25 minute walk. There are two train stations nearer to the hotel - Dongsi (ten minute walk) and National Art Museum (just opposite the hotel). Construction near to the hotel, not sure when will it be completed so you must be careful when walking towards Wangfujing street (shopping belt). As for the hotel, it doesn't have any tables nor chairs while waiting except at the lounge or cafe area which is inconvienent especially for the older generations. When checking in, the staff was unhelpful and put on a black face. The same staff was rude to me when I asked her if she could call another hotel for me as I was about to check in to that hotel in a few hours. She exclaimed that she was working and couldn't help me, furthermore the phones at the reception counters are unable to place external calls unless inside the hotel. I went over to another staff instead since she turned away and ignored me. That guy was extremely helpful! Even placed the call for me using one of the phone from the counter. Though my Mandarin wasn't good, he still tried his best to understand me. I can't recall their names but the guy was rather tall with glasses. Room is spacious, a tad dim but still okay. Signal in the room for Wifi is weak. TV connection isn't good. Toilet shower is bad. Water gets choked up within two minutes of showering. So much so that we had to wash our feet before we stepped out of the shower if not it will be full of soap and dirty water. Doorman was helpful, he booked a cab for us when we weren't able to do so, and despite the cold temperature (it was between 5°C to -5°C) he still put on a smiley face. Overall I will recommend this hotel and may consider staying there again in future.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Joe Durban wrote a review Dec 2019
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Nov 2019 we stayed at the Prime Hotel. From the Airport we took a bus that goes to Wangfujing Street, we paid 25 RMB, the bus drops you off next to the hotel on the side of the hotel. There are 2 metro station very close to the hotel, one opposite the hotel and one about 5 minutes walk away (Dongsi) from the hotel. About 12 minutes walk from the hotel is the heart of Wangfujing Street, where you can shop until you drop. The facilities at the hotel is fantastic, the staff at the hotel i would give them a 10 out of 10.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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weed wrote a review Dec 2019
29 contributions48 helpful votes
Pros: lowest price for 4/5 stars hotel with 8+ rating within walking distance to mtr and wangfujing Housekeeping lady is friendly. Has airport shuttle bus Delivery lockers avail if you order online. Cons: it is not as close as we thought. Not good for family with elderly. Switching train lines can be very tiring, so plan where u wanna go, and stay along that line. Like what other reviews already mentioned, the hotel is abit dated, bed is not comfy and wifi is weak (2-3bars). Hotel lobby is spacious, but there is no chair or sofa to seat. Would have more cons if i had not already stayed a couple of nights and got used to the room. Most likely not coming back to stay again.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Ilya S. wrote a review Dec 2019
Moscow, Russia220 contributions184 helpful votes
I stayed at this hotel for a week business trip in November. That was the most terrible and annoying stay in my life. To say that a guest here is just a source for pumping out money is to say nothing. And the most embarrassing is you cannot prove anything due to lowest possible level of English everywhere here - from reception to restaurants, bars, swimming pool etc. Most of the staff knows just few words - such as "hello" and "your room number and name" - when it comes to signing the bills. That is what you have to do here immediately and allover the hotel. All your endeavors to argue or to prove anything immediately meet a personnel's 'no English' phrase or just nodding without understanding in their eyes, as they really seem not to understand you. As for us - we booked two rooms with two different periods of stay (My stay was one day longer) via booking com. When we arrived (in the night shift of reception staff), we were requested to pay the whole stay amount and did that with a corporate card. Also, they requested a deposit for two rooms which was twice as more as our whole staying. Next day, due to jet-lag we took a try to visit a swimming pool, where we were met by personnel who (by meaning of gestures) demonstrated us that our stay in the hotel is over. Embarassed we went down to reception, where they acknowledged a mistake in their system and seemed to change the data. Okey for a moment... At least we were admitted to the pool. There were many terrible episodes, but here's one for you - not to waist your time. During our stay we undertaken a dinner in a local premium Chinese restaurant at 2nd floor. To avoid waiting for meals (especially roasted duck) - at 6 pm we got down to the restaurant to preorder a table and meals. A young lady, poorly understanding our words, wrote down on a sheet of paper our order. We just pointed out pictures from menu for her. Then we almost oursleves put on her paper time figures: "20:00" and led her up to the table we wanted to book. She actively nodded with her head and we thought she really understood us. But we were wrong. When we came down at 8, we saw an empty table. Waiters in national costumes, speaking not a word in English ran around us and could not understand, why we look unhappy and what we want. The lady who was taking order already left and our order was somehow lost. When we started calling a manager, they phoned someone and English-speaking manager appeared. We explained her situation, she cried at the waiters and they started running around again, fetching the meals. As for our duck - she said that it was misunderstanding and they could offer a half-duck(!) free of charge that would be ready in 45-60 min. The whole duck they can cook but we have to wait longer. Finally they cooked 1 and a half duck and brought it all on the table during the dinner. Since we considered it as an apologize we were partly satisfied. The dinner was paid from our deposit by the way. But beware - NONE of the waiters here speak English. The bills look so, that you cannot unerstand what's within! However, it was not last issue in this hotel by far. I omit some of them, but one day before my colleagues were leaving (and I had yet one more day to stay), we went to the same restaurant again for a farewell dinner. This time lady at restaurant reception was English-speaking and preorder went smoothly. However, issue started after, when they said our deposit was over and they cannot close our bill for dinner. We tried to explain that my colleague is to check out tomorrow and he will close all the debts, but in vain. We got to main reception and requested to show all the bills demonstrating our deposit spends. At the same moment they said that my room is also NOT PAID for one night! We tried to prove that we stayed in 2 rooms with different dates, showing the booking papers and all the bills paid, but they said "No, that is probably another mistake in our system - we are terribly sorry but your rooms are paid until SAME DAY, so one night is missing!" Thus for us it was easier to pay, than continue arguing. The manager who came to resolve the noisy conflict at reception, promised me a free breakfast next morning and that was the only thing that worked. When I came they did not say "No, you are not on our system", but smoothly let me in (although, foreseen possible issues I took with me the printed out bill, paid a day before). I do not make any comments on Wi-Fi and internet, as the internet is blocked in China and most of popular sites and applications do not work here!!! Be aware of that. I used a VPN program on the phone and even with this, internet is down all the time on all your devices. So, to make a long story short, I recommend you to SAVE YOUR NERVES. DO NOT TRY CHANCES STAYING HERE, go to another hotel.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Room Tip: All rooms seem to be quiet
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PRICE RANGE
C$198 - C$270 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
北京华侨大厦, prime hotel beijing
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
Prime Hotel
LOCATION
ChinaBeijingTian'anmen / Wangfujing
NUMBER OF ROOMS
399
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Frequently Asked Questions about Empark Prime Hotel Beijing
What are some of the property amenities at Empark Prime Hotel Beijing?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Empark Prime Hotel Beijing?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Empark Prime Hotel Beijing?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Empark Prime Hotel Beijing?
Yes, paid public parking on-site is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Empark Prime Hotel Beijing?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Does Empark Prime Hotel Beijing have airport transportation?
Yes, Empark Prime Hotel Beijing offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Empark Prime Hotel Beijing?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Empark Prime Hotel Beijing offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Empark Prime Hotel Beijing?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Chinese.
Does Empark Prime Hotel Beijing have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the city view available here.
Is Empark Prime Hotel Beijing accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.